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Second ‘deep tech’ incubator puts Bristol on path to creating world-class science ecosystem

November 26, 2021
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Second ‘deep tech’ incubator puts Bristol on path to creating world-class science ecosystem

Bristol has developed Europe’s most exciting ‘deep tech’ ecosystem where innovators can accelerate ground-breaking ideas in areas as diverse as AI, synthetic biology, nano technologies and quantum computing, guests at the opening of the city’s new Science Creates centre were told. The incubator in Old Market is already becoming...

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Report shows drastic action is needed to get Bristol’s offices ready to meet 2030 net zero target

November 26, 2021
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Report shows drastic action is needed to get Bristol’s offices ready to meet 2030 net zero target

Bristol will miss the government’s net zero targets unless it significantly upgrades its office buildings over the next 10 years, according to new analysis. The report by leading property consultancy JLL, which has an office in the Bristol, concludes that just over 85% of the city’s office stock –...

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Opening of new city centre hotel ballroom means Bristol can step up its offering to conference sector

November 25, 2021
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Opening of new city centre hotel ballroom means Bristol can step up its offering to conference sector

The DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre has become only the third hotel in the city to be able to accommodate more than 300 delegates for a conference after opening its new ballroom. Completion of the room, part of a £100,000 refurbishment and extension at the hotel on Redcliffe...

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LEP on the look-out for board members to champion and shape the West of England’s future

November 22, 2021
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LEP on the look-out for board members to champion and shape the West of England’s future

Business people with strong networking experience and the credibility to champion the region are being sought by the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to join its business board. The LEP is looking to appoint new board members to help shape a brighter, greener future for the West...

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Developers behind new Harbourside schemes plan to bring offices to area dominated by bars

November 19, 2021
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Developers behind new Harbourside schemes plan to bring offices to area dominated by bars

Two major property developments could change the face of Bristol’s Harbourside, with the firms behind them promising to revitalise the area with mixed-used office and leisure schemes. A £60m, six-storey Waterside building, pictured, on the vacant site between the Revolucion de Cuba bar and Lloyds Amphitheatre would include offices,...

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Pioneering software system aims to make hotel bosses’ life more comfortable – as well as their guests

November 19, 2021
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Pioneering software system aims to make hotel bosses’ life more comfortable – as well as their guests

Bristol specialist software company Avondata has launched an innovative property management system (PMS) that makes it easier for hotels to handle everything from online reservations to corporate functions and weddings and housekeeping tasks. Called Rezcontrol, it has been designed to give managers and staff access to a range of...

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New campaign to stop firms becoming victims of fraud to be launched in South West

November 19, 2021
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New campaign to stop firms becoming victims of fraud to be launched in South West

Bristol businesses are partnering with the police, banking sector and specialists to spearhead a new crackdown on fraud in the South West. They have come together to re-launch the South West Fraud Forum (SWFF), which is dedicated to helping prevent businesses and individuals becoming victims of the crime.  The...

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Business and Intellectual Property Centre opened to support Bristol’s would-be entrepreneurs

November 19, 2021
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Business and Intellectual Property Centre opened to support Bristol’s would-be entrepreneurs

Free one-to-one support to help potential entrepreneurs start and grow their own business is available from a new Business and Intellectual Property Centre opened in the city’s Central Library. The centre, which was officially opened by Mayor of Bristol Marvin Rees, is offering free resources, confidential one-to-one support, advice...

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Two new appointments strengthen Knight Frank’s Bristol commercial office

November 16, 2021
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Global property consultancy Knight Frank has expanded its Bristol team with the appointment of Jemima Young on the graduate programme and Claire Stretton as a senior surveyor in the residential development valuation team. Claire, pictured right, joins with 15 years’ experience in real estate, having worked at South West...

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Another London pub portfolio transaction for TLT as capital’s hospitality sector gets taste for deals

November 15, 2021
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Another London pub portfolio transaction for TLT as capital’s hospitality sector gets taste for deals

Bristol-headquartered national law firm TLT has completed another major London pub deal, advising on the sale of 12 high-quality freehold venues for a number of operators backed by funds managed by investment manager Downing. The pubs, 11 in South London suburbs and one in East London, have been bought...

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Bristol office market poised for strong finish to the year as rents head towards another new high

November 12, 2021
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Bristol office market poised for strong finish to the year as rents head towards another new high

Office rents in Bristol city centre are close to busting through the £40 per sq ft mark for the first time, according property agents, as the market continues to bounce back strongly from the impact of the pandemic. Rents on prime central office space ended last year at £35.50...

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Call for big ideas on Bristol’s climate challenges as city is picked to play key role in global project

November 12, 2021
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Call for big ideas on Bristol’s climate challenges as city is picked to play key role in global project

Bristol’s innovators are being urged to come up with suggestions to help tackle the city’s climate challenges following its inclusion in a United Nations-backed global scheme. The Climate Smart Cities Challenge aims to empower innovators and communities to collaborate in designing and demonstrating climate-smart approaches to vital areas of city...

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Pub chain with thirst for growth cheers TLT’s work on acquisition of London venues

November 11, 2021
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Pub chain with thirst for growth cheers TLT’s work on acquisition of London venues

A cross-firm team from the Bristol head office of TLT has advised on a major acquisition of pubs and bars in London as activity in the leisure, food and drink market continues to accelerate. The team, made up of corporate, commercial real estate, licensing and tax lawyers, worked with...

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